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Inquartos Intros INM

Inquartos announces the availability of INM, a network management tool for corporate networks built on Windows NT, 2000, XP, 2003

KAZAN, Russia -- Inquartos Software today announces the immediate availability of Inquartos NetworkManager (INM), a network management tool for corporate networks built on Windows NT, 2000, XP, 2003. The program provides a single point of reference for monitoring and administration of resources on a corporate network and inventory of networked machines. Inquartos NetworkManager unlike many competing products doesn't require the installation of any client software on remote machines.

Inquartos NetworkManager has many of the features typical for the best software in its class but its biggest specialty is a built-in database that sets it apart from the rest. The purpose of the database is to provide a centralized location to store the inventory information received from networked machines. The administrator can update the database only when it is necessary. This reduces the network traffic generated by the program and allows making reports about remote machines even when they are offline.

Inquartos Software Ltd.

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